Ulster's Stand for Union
|Source:||Ulster's Stand for Union | 1922 | Ronald McNeill|
- Introduction: The Ulster Standpoint
- The Electorate and Home Rule
- Organisation and Leadership
- The Parliament Act: Craigavon
- The Craigavon Policy and the U.V.F.
- Mr. Churchill in Belfast
- "What Answer from the North?"
- The Exclusion of Ulster
- The Eve of the Covenant
- The Solemn League and Covenant
- Passing the Bill
- Was Resistance Justifiable?
- Provisional Government and Propaganda
- Lord Loreburn's Letter
- Preparations and Proposals
- The Curragh Incident
- Arming the U.V.F
- A Voyage of Adventure
- On the Brink of Civil War
- Ulster in the War
- Negotiations for Settlement
- The Irish Convention
- Nationalists and Conscription
- The Ulster Parliament
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|Contents:||Ulster's Stand for Union|
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Ronald McNeill provides a truly fascinating account of the Home Rule Crisis of 1912 from a Unionist perspective. The book covers, inter alia, the formation of the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF), the drafting and signing of the Solemn League and Covenant, gun-running to Larne and Donaghadee, Ulster in the Great War, and the establishment of the Ulster Parliament in 1921.
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